Beats teases new Studio Buds Plus with new features
Beats is reportedly very close to rolling out an upgraded version of its current wireless Studio Buds. The name is expected to be "Beats Studio Buds Plus," and its design will be identical to the original Beats Studio Buds.
According to 9to5Mac's report, today's RC update has added support for an unreleased Beats Studio Buds Plus, discovered by the website. The website found a code about the upcoming device, including some of its key and possible features.
The first Beats Studio Buds hit the shelves in 2021 with impressive features and quality. 9to5Mac says that just like the previous model, Beats Studio Buds Plus will also come with active noise cancellation and transparency mode. At first, there was a possibility that it would use Apple's H1/H2 chips. However, the website clarified that it will still use a custom Beats chip, approved by sources.
Just like AirPods and other Beats wireless earbuds that feature an Apple chip, the upcoming device will also support audio sharing, automatic device switching, and "Hey Siri." The initial model doesn't have these features because it uses a chip produced by Beats, not Apple. However, the company wants to fix it by manufacturing a new model compatible with Apple devices.
As expected, the new earbuds will include media controls to play or pause music and an option to press and hold to switch between noise-canceling modes. Beats will roll out a gold and black model, as seen in the image above.
We only know some of its features and a color line for now, and the release date is still up in the air. The company hasn't announced or revealed any information about the device yet. However, since all the information was revealed with the iOS 16.4 RC, which is going to be available in the upcoming days, Beats might announce the Studio Buds Plus soon.Advertisement